Kobo Vox

  |   by TabletPCReview Staff

The Kobo Vox is a seven-inch Android tablet that runs Gingerbread (2.3) and sports an 800Mhz processor. It is Kobo’s answer to the Kindle Fire.

  • Pros

    • Decent screen
    • Attractive, simplistic design
    • Some good social media eBook features
  • Cons

    • Extremely weak processor
    • Limited app selection
    • Same price as better devices

Quick Take

There's little reason to choose the Kindle Vox over the Kindle Fire, considering both launched with the same price.

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